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Ruins of the Bagrati Cathedral and Bagrati Palace-citadel

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Recommended sightseeing time:0.5-1 hour
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When I visited the church, I met two couples at the wedding. Although I have met several times in Georgian tourism, I still couldn't help but observe it. The relatives of the newcomer also warmly invited me and the newcomer to send greetings and blessings...

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Bagrati Cathedral, built by the order of King Bagrat III, who ruled here at the time, was built in 1003, but was destroyed in 1692 by a gunpowder explosion of the Turkish garrison, and the nearby Bagrati Castle, built in the 6th century AD, was also destroyed in 1769 in the Russo-Turkish War. At present, the church is under restoration, and there is also a church in the castle ruins next to the church, and religious ceremonies are still being held.
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